March 8th, 2011
Marshall W. Sloat
LINCOLN- Marshall W. Sloat, 74, of Lincoln, died Saturday, March 5 at the Philip Hulitar In-Patient Center, Providence. He was the husband of Carolyn Schofield Sloat, to whom he had been married since 1957.
Born in Greenwich, CT, he was the son of the late Walter D. and Camilla (Baxter) Sloat. He grew up in Rowayton, CT and had lived in Lincoln since 1962.
Mr. Sloat was a Warehouse Supervisor for the Elliot Group. He had attended the University of Connecticut and served in the U.S. Army in the Military Police from 1960-1962.
Marion E. Hall
WOONSOCKET- Marion E. Hall, 86, of Woonsocket, former Sister of St. Joseph (Sister Mary Alicine), passed away on February 23, 2011 at Oakland Grove Health Center.
Born in Woonsocket on October 24, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Pryor W. and Bertha (Chapman) Hall and sister of the late John Pryor Hall and Sgt. Francis T. Hall. She is survived by eight nieces and nephews.
WOONSOCKET --- Cumberland High and the Division II semifinals have gone hand-in-hand for the better part of last decade, and that trendâ€™s going to continue this weekend.
Michael Kinchâ€™s multiple-goal night and goalie Michaelangelo Federiciâ€™s 33-save effort were the keys to success for the Clippers on Monday night in their 4-2 victory over Pilgrim High in the third and deciding game of their best-of-three quarterfinal-round series at Adelard Arena.
PROVIDENCE - When North Smithfield and Central played each other during the league season, the two Division III squads split their two games with both teams winning on their home court by single digits.
Head coach David Ruff didn't anticipate anything but an all-out battle when his second-seeded Northmen matched against the No. 3 Knights in Monday's semifinal matchup at Rhode Island College.
Ruff got exactly what he expected, but his only wish was that the numbers on the scoreboard were a little different.
Division II semifinals
Game 1: Cumberland at Portsmouth, 7 p.m.
Game 1: North Smithfield at Mount St. Charles, 7:30 p.m.
Game 1: Burrillville/Ponaganset vs. Bay View (Cranston), 8:10
Division I semifinals
Game 1: La Salle at Mount St. Charles, TBA
Division II semifinals
Game 2: Portsmouth at Cumberland (Adelard), TBA
Division III semifinals
Game 1: East Providence at Mount Hope (Portsmouth), 7 p.m.
Game 2: Bay View at Burrillville/Ponaganset (Levy), 8 p.m.
PROVIDENCE â€“ There were not too many onlookers that figured Monday nightâ€™s Division III semifinal contest would be a close affair.
The late game pitted top-ranked Middletown, a team with just one loss on its record, versus No. 5 seed Davies Tech, a .500 ballclub.
Add the fact that the Islanders defeated the Patriots by 26 points in their last meeting on Feb. 24.
A blowout certainly seemed inevitable, but head coach Gerry Suggs and his gutsy squad never let it happen.
PROVIDENCE â€” Just days after Col. Brendan Doherty announced his resignation as Superintendent of the State Police, Gov. Lincoln Chafee has selected U.S. Marshal Steven Oâ€™Donnell as his replacement.
Chafee introduced Oâ€™Donnell as â€śa leader who has not only met expectations, but continuously exceeded them during a long and distinguished career.â€ť He recalled that, in 1996, then-President Bill Clinton named Oâ€™Donnell as one of the nationâ€™s 10 â€śTop Cops.â€ť
BURRILLVILLE- Sophie (Pytell) Waterman, 86, of Pascoag, died Monday, March 7, 2011 in Golden Living Center, Attleboro, MA. She was the wife of the late John E. Waterman.
Born in Millville, MA she was the daughter of the late Karol and Annie (Kostosyn) Pytell.
Sophie worked as a spinner in area mills for many years. She was a member of St. Joseph Rosary and Altar Society and the Bradford Court Association.
Tiffany Lee Gray
WOONSOCKET- Gray, Tiffany Lee, 23 of Woonsocket died March 3, 2011.
She was born on August 15, 1987 in Woonsocket, RI a daughter of Christopher A. Gray and Melissa L. Desrocher.
She was part of the first graduating class of the Beacon Charter School of Cultural Arts. She was the first Salutatorian of the schools history.
Edward P. Baram
NARRAGANSETT- Edward P. Baram, 71 of Narragansett, passed away on Friday, March 4, 2011.
Born in Providence, Eddie was a graduate of the Moses Brown School and the NY Military Academy. He loved tennis and golf, and was an avid gardener. He was the son of the late Nathan and Lillian (Zeidel) Baram, and brother of the late Richard Baram.